Quick lazy pudding ideas please!!

(18 Posts)
BerryBlast Thu 07-Mar-13 20:12:24

Zan that recipe you posted is FAB - made it tonight with a couple of sliced Gala apples and its totally lush !! thanks for posting it thanks

ShabbyChit Thu 07-Mar-13 14:48:42

If you have Nutella or can get some - Nutella brownies:

16 tablespoons Nutella, 16 tablespoons flour, 2 eggs, mix all together, bake in a greased tin until spongy and knife/skewer comes out clean.

serve with ice cream or cream. YUM and easiest dessert you can get!

colditz Wed 06-Mar-13 21:24:08

Slice apples into a Pyrex dish, and sprinkle with a tablespoon of sugar.

Microwave until soft.

Meanwhile, mix up 4 tablespoons of flour and of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of oil, and 2 tablespoons of milk, and 2 eggs.

Pour this over the squashy apples.

Microwave for around three minutes. Eat with spoon straight from bowl.

zanz1bar Wed 06-Mar-13 21:19:41

Best and easiest pud recipe I saw on tv a good few years back

Take one oven proof mixing bowl Pyrex type.
Switch on oven 175 ish degrees

Weigh into bowl 4oz raising flour
Add on top 4oz caster sugar
Add on top 4oz butter.

Place bowl in oven for 5/10 mins till butter melted, take out and beat together in bowl.

Tip over sliced apple/rhubarb/blackberry any crumble type fruit mix.

Put dish into oven for 15/20 mins till the crust of dough is all buttery soft , crunchy and golden.

Minimal washing up, minimal effort, maximum pud!

Jinsei Wed 06-Mar-13 19:04:24

Have found a recipe for baked apple stuffed with jam. Going to try it! grin

Thanks all!

nextphase Wed 06-Mar-13 19:01:11

drop scones

raisin scones with jam?

Apple and plum crumble? Apple and plum cobbler?

my cousin used to look after us during the school holidays.

she used to give us kitkat and cold tinned custard for afters. it was yummygrin

my mum used to buy Swiss roll, make custard, slice the roll, pour over the custard then bake for above 20 minutes.

that was lush toogrin

Beachcomber Wed 06-Mar-13 18:57:53

Microwave sponge?

Takes minutes if you use an electric whisk. (Beaters can go in dishwasher, sponge made in bowl it is cooked in.)

Jinsei Wed 06-Mar-13 18:49:15

Yum, lots of nice ideas here.

Was hoping to avoid the hassle of making pastry/sponge etc. I know it wouldn't take long but have had a tough day at work and am in one of those can't-be-bothered moods.

Baked apples sound good. Perhaps that's the answer! smile

<ponders whether there is a market for an emergency dessert delivery company>

Blessyou Wed 06-Mar-13 18:46:08

Flapjack

BoreOfWhabylon Wed 06-Mar-13 18:45:12

Too many insteads there blush

BoreOfWhabylon Wed 06-Mar-13 18:44:06

Bread and butter pudding (will use up sultanas).

Apple and sultana crumble.

Plum, apple and sultana crumble.

Or, instead of crumble topping do a basic sponge-type topping instead.

insanityscratching Wed 06-Mar-13 18:44:02

Treacle sponge, baked apples, eves pudding?

Assuming you have sugar, treacle tart? Jam tarts?

Jinsei Wed 06-Mar-13 18:40:18

Also have jam. smile

Jinsei Wed 06-Mar-13 18:38:19

Oops, just noticed random placing of raisins and glacé cherries!

Thought about apple crumble but don't have many apples for a big dish, I guess I could do a smaller one but I like cream with my crumble and I haven't got any. <pouts>

Waferthinmint Wed 06-Mar-13 18:35:18

Apple crumble

Jinsei Wed 06-Mar-13 18:32:44

Really fancy something sweet tonight but don't have much food in the house. My normal "emergency" pudding option is microwaved banana with raisins & choc chips blush but we have run out of bananas. sad

What can I do that is quick, lazy and requires minimum effort? In my fridge/cupboards I have:

Flour
Oats
Eggs
Sugar
Milk
Butter
Orange juice
Half a lemon
Golden syrup
Apples
A couple of plums
Chocolate chips

What can I do that won't require making lots of mess and/or spending ages over a hot stove?!

TIA!
Raisins
Glacé cherries

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